Bayard Police Department

Friday, Dec. 3

Unwanted subject
Ruby Street – 1:51 p.m.
Caller advised a named male is not supposed to be on the property/owner of property is on his way to get a CTW issued/male is refusing to leave/caller and male are arguing.

Criminal damage to property
Ruby Street – 2:43 p.m.
Caller advised officers were here earlier/the men who came with the male ripped off the door of the house/is requesting GCSO ref "the guys with the guns."

Cactus Street
Caller advised the neighbors downstairs keep throwing things at their windows and knocking on their door/thinks it is kids. Deputy had contact with caller and the kids and told the kids to . . .

Saturday, Dec. 4

Unwanted subject
North Street
Caller advised her son is yelling outside her house/he keeps knocking on the door and she won't let him in.

Sunday, Dec. 5

1101 Tom Foy Blvd.
Caller advised that a male and a female took liquor valued at approximately $32 and left in a silver 4dr toward Hurley.

Hurley Police Department

Friday, Dec. 3

100 Cortez Street
Caller advised they have a customer who is very angry and belligerent and is refusing to leave/he ordered something that wasn't on the menu/he began yelling and cursing at caller. Caller called back to cancel officer/male left peacefully and officers are no longer needed.

Saturday, Dec. 4

Game and Fish
Highway 180 and Carrasco Avenue
Someone hit a deer and drove off/the deer is still alive in the roadway. Deputy advised one shot fired/deer was put down and removed from the roadway.

Sunday, Dec. 5

Unwanted subject
Carrasco Avenue
A named male is in front of her house and she is afraid he is going to set a fire/every time she calls LE he slashes her tires. Deputy advised negative contact with male/no evidence he has ever been there/possible mental issues.

Santa Clara Police Department

Friday, Dec. 3

Criminal damage to property
Ft Bayard Street
Advised windows broken on his building. Deputy advised pend for XCPD when in service.

Suspicious vehicle
Viola Stone Park
Officer advised just some kids hanging out.

Bellm Street
Caller received a phone call from a scammer and they stated they had her daughter and she needed to send money/caller advised did give them personal information and did send $2,000 to them in a moneygram/caller is Spanish-speaking only but another employee will translate for her.

Saturday, Dec. 4

Highway 180 and Boulder Street
White car rear-ended a truck/people on the ground. Requested ambulance for 31-year-old male with laceration to head/four males/71-year-old male and 65-year-old male/traffic shut down 180 at Caddell Crossing. EMS1 has Native Air on standby.

Seven Sons Road
Caller advised a named male is on her property threatening her and stating he is going to destroy her car/he also threatened to kill her/she wants a CTW.

Sunday, Dec. 5

Injuring/tampering with motor vehicle
410 Ft. Bayard Street
Caller advised she witnessed a named individual pop her tire at the Brown Derby.

Domestic disturbance
500 S. Prescott Street
Caller advised a named female and her boyfriend are fighting again/they are honking their horn. Deputy had negative contact/will stay in the area to see if they come back.

Welfare check
S. Cleveland Street
No one has heard from a named female in a couple of years. Deputy advised resident doesn't know the female.

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